The Cleveland Browns need to address their defensive tackle position because they don’t have much.
Meanwhile, Bryan also had ten tackles and two sacks.
Aside from them, the Browns also have Tommy Togiai, who had 0.5 sacks last year.
There’s also Roderick Perry II and rookie Perrion Winfrey.
In that case, a veteran All-Pro is ready to help them.
Source: #Browns have expressed interest in DTs around the NFL.
On Ndamukong Suh: nothing happening with Suh as of now. I’m told while there’s interest from Suh, that’s it. Suh will continue to check in with Cleveland as they continue to search the market.
— Brad Stainbrook (@StainbrookNFL) August 31, 2022
247Sports writer Brad Stainbrook tweeted, “Source: #Browns have expressed interest in DTs around the NFL. On Ndamukong Suh: nothing happening with Suh as of now. I’m told while there’s interest from Suh, that’s it. Suh will continue to check in with Cleveland as they continue to search the market.”
Suh fits the billing if credentials are discussed.
He is a Super Bowl champion, a former Defensive Rookie of the Year, a five-time All-Pro, and five-time Pro Bowler.
However, his best playing years are behind him, as shown in his final year with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
While he had six sacks as an interior defensive lineman, he only had 15 solo tackles in 17 games.
Likewise, he would have to command a higher base salary given his stature.
Browns Must Develop Who They Have
They could scour the waiver wire to find defensive tackles that could help their cause.
Preferably, these are the ones who can mature with the squad and become better players in the future.
If that doesn’t happen, they have no choice but to stick with who they have and nurture them.
Hopefully, one of them would pan out into a player worthy of lining up with Garrett and Clowney.